Bibliometric Review of Research on International Students in Russia
Высшее образование в России. 2023. Vol. 32. No. 3. P. 153-166.
Атсйор Г. А.
, , , in : International Briefs for Higher Education Leaders. Issue 8.: Washington : Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement (CIGE), 2019.
Added: July 2, 2019
, , in : World University Rankings and the Future of Higher Education. : Hershey : IGI Global, 2017. P. 1-27.
The chapter is devoted to the analysis of the impact of the global academic rankings and the concept of world-class university upon the system of high education both globally and in contemporary Russia. The author analyses the use of the rankings in benchmarking and strategy planning, and demonstrates negative influence of the obsession with the ...
Added: January 29, 2018
, , М. : НИУ ВШЭ, 2022
After achieving mass participation in tertiary education, Russia faced a new challenge: how to turn educational expansion into equality of educational opportunities. Relative enrollment in tertiary education has stabilized, while the increase in the number of places in higher education has been unevenly distributed: across population groups, across universities, and across regions. Despite the expansion ...
Added: January 27, 2023
, , , in : Corruption in Higher Education: Global Challenges and Responses. Global Perspectives on Higher Education. Vol. 46.: Brill / Sense, 2020. Ch. 22. P. 152-156.
The lack of academic integrity combined with the prevalence of fraud and other forms of unethical behavior are problems that higher education faces in both developing and developed countries, at mass and elite universities, and at public and private institutions. While academic misconduct is not new, massification, internationalization, privatization, digitalization, and commercialization have placed ethical ...
Added: May 25, 2020
XXI международная научно-методическая конференция заведующих кафедрами маркетинга, рекламы , связхей с общественностью и смежных специальностей
М. : Экон-Информ, 2017
Collection of reports on the problems of modern education and research in the field of advertising and PR ...
Added: June 15, 2017
Universal higher education and positional advantage: Soviet legacies and neoliberal transformations in Russia
, Higher Education 2017 Vol. 73 No. 2 P. 209-226
The great expansion of participation in higher education in Russia in the post-Soviet period was the layered and contradictory result of both conditions established in the Soviet period, and the structuring of reforms after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1992. The Soviet government was strongly committed to the expansion of education across the ...
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Global Korea Scholarship students: Intention to stay in the host country to work or study after graduation
, , et al., Politics and Policy 2021 Vol. 49 No. 6 P. 1323-1342
Over the past few decades, South Korea has increasingly sought to attract international talent. Every year, hundreds of students are invited to study in the country on a competitive scholarship provided by the government. Upon graduation, students are equipped with a tertiary degree, as well as knowledge of the Korean language and culture. This study ...
Added: October 27, 2021
Where Soviet and neoliberal discourses meet: the transformation of the purposes of higher education in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia
, Higher Education 2017 Vol. 74 No. 6 P. 1091-1108
This paper studies transformations in the role of higher education in Russia as represented in official Soviet and post-Soviet policy documents between the 1950s and 2013. The focus is on the categories defining the purposes and tasks of higher education in the larger context of society and economy. There is a basic dichotomy in relation ...
Added: February 21, 2017
Понятие «образовательная миграция»: отражение государственно-правового взгляда в актах стратегического планирования
, Журнал юридических исследований 2019 Т. 4 № 4 С. 7-13
The article focuses on the concept of "educational migration”. It is important to attract foreign nationals for the purpose of education, because they can potentially become Russian Federation citizens. That’s why the strategic planning acts should reflect analysis of the essence of the educational migration. The author’s conclusions are based on the research of the educational ...
Added: October 24, 2019
, , et al., Quality and Quantity 2023
It is rather easy to identify the leading universities in a country, there are different established methods and indicators of excellence. Generally, it is more challenging to find ‘the second best’ universities which have the potential to become leaders, ‘the firsts’. In Russia, such an attempt has been made. The program of ‘Pillar Universities’ was ...
Added: June 15, 2023
, Higher Education in Russia and Beyond 2017 No. 2(12) P. 15-18
In 2014, International Summer University was launched at Higher School of Economics in addition to other summer programs. The Summer University (SU) is a platform where students from all over the world come for two months to take courses by HSE’s leading professors. SU is aimed at three equally important goals: making regular HSE programs ...
Added: June 5, 2017
Re-becoming universities? Critical Comparative Reflections on Higher Education Institutions in Networked Knowledge Societies
This book provides an overview of the major findings of the comparative research project, Changes in Networks, Higher Education and Knowledge Society (CINHEKS). The main aim of this international comparative research project is the analysis of how Higher education institutions are networked within distinct knowledge societies in two key regions of the world: Europe and ...
Added: October 12, 2016
, Университетское управление: практика и анализ 2019 Т. 23 № 4 С. 46-68
The concept paper aims at defining the objectives associated by the administrators of higher educational institutions (HEIs) with massive open online course (MOOC) production and at revealing the progress achieved and the barriers faced. Ever increasing tempo of digitization and budget savings at educational institutions make rationality of this activity and elaboration of ideas for ...
Added: September 10, 2019
, , in : EMOOCs 2019: Digital Education: At the MOOC Crossroads Where the Interests of Academia and Business Converge. Vol. 11475: At the MOOC Crossroads Where the Interests of Academia and Business Converge.: Springer, 2019. P. 102-107.
Universities which produce massive open online courses (MOOCs) and offer them on global e-learning platforms define internationalization as one of their main objectives. Empirical research that test the impact of MOOC production on international students’ enrollment is still rare. Present study is the first stage of bridging this gap. To do so, correlation analysis is ...
Added: June 19, 2019
, / National Research University Higher School of Economics. Series WP BRP "Basic research program". 2022. No. 65.
Research on Massive open online courses (MOOCs) and their effect on the development of the higher education (HE) sector has expanded over the last ten years. However, little is known about the determinants of MOOC adoption by academics. This study tests a proposed model that integrates individual and institutional level determinants of MOOC authorship. ...
Added: June 14, 2022
Издательский дом «Дело» РАНХиГС, 2015
Сборник статей подготовлен группой экспертов Федерального ресурсного центра по сотрудничеству в сфере образования Россия — Франция Министерства образования и науки Российской Федерации, а также Российско-французского центра образования и консалтинга Института государственной службы и управления РАНХиГС. Авторы, статьи которых легли в основу сборника, давно и плодотворно занимаются исследованиями различных сфер сотрудничества Франции и России и представляют ведущие ...
Added: May 5, 2015
М. : Российский университет дружбы народов, 2015
Материалы, представленные в сборнике, отражают опыт работы с иностранными студентами преподавателей, работающих на предвузовском этапе обучения, а также преподавателей основных факультетов РУДН и других вузов РФ. ...
Added: November 21, 2017
, Вопросы образования 2018 № 3 С. 146-179
A survey was carried out in order to analyze the relationship between the universities’ internal factors and the indicators of their education export performance. Quantitative data was collected to describe the activities of Russian universities over recent years. Regression analysis was used to identify relationship between the indicators. The sample consisted of 173 universities from ...
Added: September 25, 2018
The role of perceived cultural distance, personal growth initiative, language proficiencies, and tridimensional acculturation orientations for psychological adjustment among international students
, , et al., International Journal of Intercultural Relations 2019 Vol. 69 P. 11-23
We investigated the acculturation process of international students (N=319, 162 female) from 62 countries who were residing in the Netherlands, using the acculturation framework by Arends-Tóth and Van de Vijver (2007).We applied SEM to test the model that acculturation conditions (perceived cultural distance [PCD], personal growth initiative [PGI], proficiency in English and the host language, ...
Added: April 4, 2019
, , , in : International Perspectives on Teaching and Learning Academic English in Turbulent Times. : Routledge, 2022. Ch. 19. P. 232-244.
Added: August 13, 2022
, Journal of Studies in International Education 2021 Vol. 25 No. 5 P. 582-597
Many governments invest significant funds to promote national higher education systems in the global education market, and Russia is no exception. In 2013, the government launched the Russian academic excellent project ‘5-100’ intended ‘to maximize the competitive position of a group of Russian leading universities in the global research and education market’ and to attract ...
Added: October 20, 2017
, Мир России: Социология, этнология 2017 Т. 26 № 2 С. 154-174
According to many researchers one of the main challenges in higher education is the growing competition in the global education market. This article analyses the export of Russia’s higher education from the standpoint of two theoretical approaches: the neoliberal one, in which the university attracts foreign students in order to make a profit, and the ...
Added: January 3, 2017
This chapter is aimed at providing insights into main engagement and disengagement factors in international doctoral students (IDS) experiences at Russian universities. Following the Tinto’s model of student departure, we look at two domains of IDS integration - social and academic. Based on data from 20 semi-structured in-depth interviews with IDS in three Russian universities ...
Added: October 15, 2021
, , , in : China and Europe on the New Silk Road: Connecting Universities across Eurasia. : Oxford University Press, 2020. Ch. 20. P. 380-399.
Added: November 25, 2021